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Contents

Introduction
First-time Lotus Foundations setup on a Lotus Foundations Appliance
First-time Lotus Foundations setup on third-party hardware
Connecting to WebConfig
What is WebConfig?
Secure WebConfig
Configuring TCP/IP
Creating an administrator account
Software activation keys
System status screen
Notices box
System status details
Installing the Lotus Foundations Start add-on
Lotus Foundations Start introduction
Lotus Foundations Start installation
Execution control list (ECL) alerts
Configuring Lotus Foundations
Proceeding with configuration
Configuring General Network Settings
Configuring advanced DHCP settings
Configuring advanced network settings
Network devices
Network routes
Network configuration scenarios
Configuring your Internet connection
User licenses
User licensing requirements
License information
DoubleVision
User & Team management
Service integration
User accounts
Modifying user email settings
Team accounts
Password policy
File services
File sharing services
Configuring file services
Active server connections
Access control lists
Setting permissions in Windows
Disk quotas
Setting default disk quota values
Setting individual user disk quotas
Quota limit
NT domain services
Configuring Lotus Foundations Domain Settings
What is a domain controller?
Configuring the domain controller
What is a Windows NT domain member?
Configuring the domain member
Connecting the active directory member
Verifying server connectivity
Monitoring machine accounts
Importing domain users and groups
File mounting/drive mapping
Joining Windows systems to a domain
Logon scripts
Automated drive mapping
Workstation administrative rights
Lotus Foundations scalable services
Lotus Foundations scalable services terminology
Features of Lotus Foundations scalable services
Lotus Foundations scalable services regions
Setting up a scalable services region
Lotus Foundations scalable services frequently asked questions
Print service
Configuring local print services
Configuring your workstation
Other network printing
Creating an aliased printer queue
Email services
Configuring email services
Features handled by IBM Lotus Domino
Email DNS configuration
Email client configuration
Using Lotus Domino email clients
Installing the Lotus Domino Access for Microsoft Outlook (DAMO) add-on
Web services
Web server
Master Web server
Virtual Web servers
Hosting multiple Web sites
Secure Web services
SSL certificate
Web caching
Web filtering
Web and content filtering
Enabling the Web filter
Providing full Internet access
Port exemptions
Adding permitted Websites
Adding denied Websites
Accepting access requests
Denying access requests
List management
Email reporting
FTP services
FTP Server
Anonymous FTP Server
Enabling the FTP server
User vs. Team FTP access
Enabling FTP access for a specific team or user
Software update
Upgrading Lotus Foundations
Switching languages
Virtual private networks
IPsec
Remote access services
Firewall services
Domain Name Service
Workstation viewer
Fast/Port Forward
What is Fast/Port Forward?
Introduction to TCP/IP
Proxy servers
Configuring Fast/Port Forward
Forwarding scenarios
Multiple static IP addresses
Common port numbers
Troubleshooting Fast/Port Forward
Disk management
Disk configuration (idb and RAID)
Reconfiguring your disks
Disk status messages
Recovering from a backup disk failure
Recovering from a main hard disk failure
Installing a new hard drive
Backup & restore
Intelligent disk backup (idb)
Configuring idb
idb backup
idb restoration
Lotus Domino restoration procedures
idb hot swap
Server applications and extensions: MySQL server
Hardware components report
Log messages
Accessing log messages
Customizing message display
Firewall log
Network file system
What is NFS?
rsync
What is rsync?
Enabling rsync
rsync from a Telnet session
Server applications and extensions: Lotus Foundations Run feature
Client application add-ons: Lotus Symphony
How does Symphony compare to other similar offerings?
Installing Lotus Symphony add-on to the server
Installing Lotus Symphony to client workstations
Switching between languages
Spam scanner
Installing the Lotus Foundations anti-spam network filtering feature
Activating your spam scanner
Configuring users' spam filters
Virus scanner
Activating your file virus scanner license
Activating your mail virus scanner license
Lotus Foundations Start performance optimization
Minimum hardware requirements
Quick reference and hardware sizing guide
Email protocol choices affecting server performance
Other services running on the Foundations Server
Backup scheduling
Future capacity planning
Glossary

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Email services

Configuring email services


The Email Server section is divided into several tabbed sections that enable you to effectively manage all of the
email services offered in Lotus(R) Foundations Start.
Summary tab
The Summary tab displays a list of services, indicates status, and provides additional comments where necessary.
The options displayed are:
• POP3 Server - A system that receives a user's email messages and stores them in the user's mailbox.
When a user's email client checks for new email, it communicates with the POP3 server, which ensures
proper user authentication and delivery of email to the user's email client. POP3 is the most commonly used
email delivery protocol.
• POP3/SSL Support - This is the secure POP3 server. The Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a commonly-
used protocol for managing the security of a message transmission on the Internet.
• Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) Server - An advanced system that is similar to POP3. Because
IMAP is relatively new, not all email clients support it. IMAP offers superior user authentication and allows
users to store their email on a server instead of downloading messages to a workstation (as is the case with
POP3). This enables users to check their email from various workstations and lets them see a complete list
of the emails kept in their folders.
• IMAP/SSL Support - This is the secure IMAP server. The Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a commonly-used
protocol for managing the security of a message transmission on the Internet.
• SMTP Server - An email delivery system. When you send an email, the SMTP server takes this message
from the email client and delivers the message to the recipient's POP3 server. If the ISP forces you to use a
specific SMTP server, Lotus Foundations can deliver to that server rather than directly to the destination
servers. This is known as a 'smarthost'.
• Virus scan - Scans all outgoing and incoming email for viruses. If a virus is found, it is immediately removed
from the email. A warning is then sent to the sender and all recipients along with the original, but virus-free,
message. You must buy the Lotus Foundations AntiVirus license for Lotus Foundations for this feature to be
enabled.
• Spam scan - Scans all incoming email for possible spam. If spam is detected, it categorizes the email as
either probable or definite spam and enables you to choose what to do with the email including marking it,
moving it to a spam folder, or deleting it.
• RBL - Sets the level of real-time blacklist (RBL) spam protection that the server uses. "No RBL" enables all
email into the system without doing any checks on the sources. "Medium RBL" blocks all email originating
from known spam sources. "Strong RBL" blocks email from known spam sources and spam relay servers
and dialup accounts.
• SMTP Authentication - Enables remote users to send email through the Lotus Foundations server,
preventing the need for the email setting to be modified every time a user changes locations. Lotus
Foundations user account information must be provided within the email client se ttings for this feature to
work.
• Smarthosting - Enables the SMTP server to route email to an intermediate server rather than directly to the
user's email server. This requires SMTP authentication.
• Attachment filter - Enables Lotus Foundations to filter incoming emails that contain file attachments. The
filtering can be done based on specified document extension types and specific users can be exempt from
individual extension types.
• Allowed relays - IP addresses or domain names can be added to enable for email relaying from those
specified locations.

Features handled by IBM Lotus Domino


The following features are handled by the Lotus Domino(R) server that is integrated with Lotus Foundations Start:
• SMTP
• POP3
• POP3/SSL Server
• IMAP
• IMAP/SSL Server
Servers tab
The Servers tab enables you to control the various email features in Lotus Foundations. The options are as follows:
1. SMTP (mail delivery) server
• Enable - Enables the SMTP server and enables any computer on the internal network or on the Internet to
send email using the Lotus Foundations server as an email server. Messages from computers on the
Internet are accepted only if their destination is the local domain hosted by the Lotus Foundations server.
(This prevents the server and Internet bandwidth from being used to send unsolicited emails).
• Only Trusted Hosts - Enables the SMTP server and enables internal users and users connected to the
internal network through a VPN to send email using the Lotus Foundations server as their mail server.
• Disable - Disables the SMTP server completely.
2. POP3 (mail reader) server
• Enable - Enables the POP3 server and enables any computer on the internal network or on the Internet to
access the POP3 mailbox. Select Enable only if you have users who access their email from outside of the
office.
• Only Trusted Hosts - Enables the POP3 server and enables internal users to access the POP3 mailbox.
• Disable - Disables the POP3 server.
3. POP3/SSL (secure mail reader) server
• Enable - Enables incoming secure POP3 connections from anywhere. This means that your users could
download their email from anywhere on the Internet.
• Only Trusted Hosts - Enables incoming secure POP3 connections only from the local network, and not
from the internet.
• Disable - Disables the secure POP3 server.
4. IMAP (advanced mail reader) server
• Enable - Enables incoming IMAP connections from anywhere. This means that your users could read their
email from anywhere on the Internet.
• Only Trusted Hosts - Enables incoming IMAP connections only from the local network, and not from the
internet.
• Disable - Disables the IMAP server.
5. IMAP/SSL (secure advanced mail reader) server
• Enable - Enables incoming secure IMAP connections from anywhere. This means that your users could
read their email from anywhere on the Internet.
• Only Trusted Hosts - Enables incoming secure IMAP connections only from the local network, and not from
the Internet.
• Disable - Disables the secure IMAP server.
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• Enable - Enables incoming web request s from anywhere.
• Only Trusted Hosts - Enables incoming web requests only from the local network and not from the Internet.
• Disable - Disables Domino Web Access.
7. LDAP directory server
Note: These radio buttons are disabled when running Lotus Foundations Start.
• Enable - Enables the LDAP server, which answers directory queries. The LDAP directory is automatically
populated with the names and email addresses of all users configured on the Lotus Foundations server.
• Disable - Disables the LDAP server completely.
8. Mail Domain
• Displays only when Domino is disabled.
• Lotus Notes(R): Enable or Only Trusted Hosts.
9. SMTP Authentication
• Enable - Enables the email server to be used as an SMTP gateway for remote Lotus Foundations users.
• Disable - Disables the SMTP Authentication service.
10. Reject Unknown Users
• Enable - Blocks incoming emails containing users that do not exist on the Lotus Foundations server.
• Disable - Enables incoming emails containing users that do not exist on the Lotus Foundations server.
11. Transport Layer Security (TLS) for Incoming Connections
• Enforce - Enforces the requirement for inbound email to use a cryptic data transmission using the TLS
protocol.
• Optional - Disables the inbound cryptic data transmission using the TLS protocol.
12. TLS for Outgoing Connections
• Enforce - Enforces the requirement for outbound mail to use a cryptic data transmission using the TLS
protocol.
• Optional - Disables outbound cryptic data transmission using the TLS protocol.
13. Number of Incoming SMTP Connections
Enter the number of incoming SMTP connections that you want to permitted at once.
14. Email Size Limit in MB
Enter the number limit for the size of incoming email messages. 25 MB is the default. It is recommended you do not
go above 50 MB.
15. Minutes Between Remote POP Mailbox Checks
Enter the number of minutes that the server waits between checks for remote POP email messages.
16. ISP's SMTP Server
If the ISP forces you to use a specific SMTP server, enter that server's name.
17. ISP's SMTP Port
If the ISP forces you to use an SMTP port that is not the standard Port 25, input the port here.
18. ISP's SMTP Username
Enter the ISP login username if required.
19. ISP's SMTP Password
Enter your ISP login password if required.
20. Click Save Changes.
Filters tab
The Filters tab enables you to control the email filter feature in Lotus Foundations. The following options are
available:
1. Mail Virus Scanner
• All Emails - Scans all inbound and outbound email.
• Inbound Only - Scans inbound email that targets local users only.
• Disabled - Disables email virus scanning.
2. RBL (spam blocker)
• Strong RBL - Blocks known spam servers and spam relay servers. Strong RBL blocks all spam email, but
might also block other email. Senders receive a message if their email is blocked.
• Medium RBL - Bloc ks known spam servers. Medium RBL blocks most spam email.
• No RBL - Disables RBL spam protection.
3. Mail Spam Scanner
• Enable - Enables email spam scanning. By clicking Enable the box expands to include the option to choose
from the options in Definite Spam Categories.
• Disable - Disables email spam scanning.
For more detailed information on using the spam scanning features in Lotus Foundations, refer to Spam scanner.
4. Attachment filter
• Enable - Enables the attachment filter.
• Disable - Disables the attachment filter.
The attachments file types that you want filtered and the users who you want excluded from filtering rules can be
defined in the Attachment Extensions section under the Advanced Filtering tab.
Monitoring tab
The Monitoring tab enables you to view email statistics and run email queries in Lotus Foundations. The following
options are available:
Email Statistics
1. Active Queue
• Trusted - The number of emails sent from the internal trusted network that are pending delivery.
• Untrusted - The number of emails sent from the untrusted network which are pending delivery.
2. Waiting Queue
• Trusted - The number of emails sent from the trusted network which could not be delivered right away due
to an error.
• Untrusted - The number of emails sent from the untrusted network which could not be delivered right away
due to an error.
3. All Queues
• The total number of emails in all queues.
For each queue, you can choose to resend all the items by selecting the resend icon or delete all the items in

each queue by selecting the delete icon .

Query Parameters
Using the query parameters you can query the queue for emails based on the information you need. You create a
query by filling in any of the following:
1. Select what you want to view in your query results:
• Size
• Date
• Sender
• Recipient
• IP address
2. Select the minimum email size (in kbytes).
3. Select the minimum time in queue (in minutes).
4. Enter a specific sender's email address.
5. Enter a specific receipient's email address.
6. Click Start New Query.
When you start a new query, it switches you to a page that lets you view the query results. If you leave this page you
can get back to the query results by clicking View Query Results. If you want to refine your query based on the
query you just ran, click Run against existing query and the query you just ran is refined based on the parameters
you changed. By clicking this button you are not searching the queue for new emails, you are only eliminating emails
from the query. If you want the latest data from the queue you have to click Start new query again.
Example Query
For example, you might have a user, jdoe, that when she sends an email with a attachment to root, it does not get
delivered. To query and see the emails, you would follow these steps from the Monitoring tab:
1. Check to see if th ere are any emails stuck in the queue in the Waiting Queue row in the Email St atistics
section. As an example, you see that there are 10 emails in the Trusted row in the waiting queue.
2. In order to find out which of those emails are from the user to root that have an attachment, fill out the query
form in the Query Parameters section by following these steps:
a. For Fields to display, click the Size, Date, Sender, and Recipient check boxes.
b. Enter a size in the Minimum email size (in kbytes) field. For example, 10.
c. Enter a time in the Minimum time in queue (in minutes) field. For example, 1.
d. Enter a user name in the From email address field. It does not have to be the entire email address. A search
is done for what is provided in the field, so if it appears anywhere in a 'from' email address, it is returned in the query.
For example doe.
e. Enter a user name in the To email address field. The same rules apply as used in the From email address
field. For example, root.
3. Click Start New Query.
4. After the query is complete, the view switches to a Query Results section. In the Query Results section, the
following items are displayed:

Table 1. Email query options

Column Description
Queue Id This is the individual identifier of the email. This helps tell two emails apart. This
is usually used internally for your own email purposes, but it also might help a
technical support group to have the value.
Queue type There are five queue types.
• active: Being delivered
• incoming: Just received
• deferred: There was an error processing
• hold: The email is being held by the administrator
• corrupt: The email received has been corrupted
Queue Source There are two values:
• trusted: the email is from the internal network
• untrusted: The email is coming from the internet
Size (kbytes) The size of the email including email headers.
Date The date it was received.
From The original sender of the email.
To The recipient of the email.
IP The IP address of the last place the email came from.
This can be confusing, but emails are bounced around the Internet so this is the
email of the final gateway which sent you the email.
Action There are three actions you can take:
- View all the fields for a particular email, even if they weren't included in

the query
- Resend an email

- Delete an email

Addressing tab
The Addressing tab enables you to manage virtual email domains, mailing lists and email aliases.
Available Mail Domains
This section lists the all of the domains hosted on the server and enables you to specify which users can use the
domain for email purposes.
By default, all users on the server have access to all of the domains. If no users are added, the server assumes that
all users have access.
Should you want to modify user access to a specific domain, follow these steps:
1. Click on the virtual domain action button.
2. In the Modify Virtual Domain box, highlight the users you want to add for this domain and click Add

.
3. Click Save Changes.
Advanced Filtering tab
The Advanced Filtering tab enables you to specify filter criteria, specifically regarding domains and attachment
types. For example, you can configure a filter so domains that offer certain types of content are blocked or block file
type attachments in email messages that could pose a liability to the business.
Add new filter
• Filter criteria - This option enables you to indicate what email you want to filter by email address, individual
IP address, IP address range or domain name. Options are:
• Email address - For example, username@example.com
• Domain name - For example, example.com
• IP address - For example, 192.168.0.1
• IP address range - For example, 192.168.0.1/24
If you enter a domain name, you can use wildcards. For example *.example.com is an acceptable entry.
• Relay - This option enables you to indicate if you want this entry to be used as a relay. Setting the option to
Yes permits email from that location to pass through the server's SMTP gateway without authentication.
This option can be used alongside STMP authentication or on its own.
• Spam blacklist/whitelist - Specify whether the item should be whitelisted or blacklisted. Whitelisted items
always take precedence over blacklisted items.
Add new attachment filter
This section enables you to specify which extension to add to the list for filtering. The extension cannot start with a
period. For example, .exe is not valid but exe and tar.gz are valid entries. Wild cards can be used in the name. For
example, tar.* is a valid entry.
• Attachment extension - This option enables you to specify file types that are not permitted in incoming
emails.
• Exempted users - This option enables you to select the users for which the individually specified filter rule
does not apply.

Email DNS configuration


Although email services are functional after the administrator enables the appropriate email servers, the email
delivery DNS records must be configured before users can send email to and receive email from outside of the
internal network.
In the scenario that an email message is sent to johndoe@example.com, the message is downloaded to the
SMTP server, which needs to know the IP address of example.com to deliver the message. The SMTP server
consults the root DNS server on the Internet and through a series of queries is eventually pointed to the DNS serv er
that stores the names and IP numbers of the hosts in example.com.
DNS Resolution
It is vital that your DNS server, which maintains information about the domain, is set up correctly. DNS resolution
service can be provided by Lotus Foundations, or it can be provided by another DNS server maintained by you or by
an ISP. If DNS resolution is provided by an ISP and you want Lotus Foundations to receive all emails for the domain,
then make sure that you request the following from the ISP:
Mail exchanger records (MX) records for your domain should be pointed to your Lotus Foundations Start server's
public IP address, that is, the address typically assigned to the eth1 interface.
If DNS resolution is provided by Lotus Foundations, make sure that the public IP address is registered with a proper
domain name registrar as your domain DNS host.
Note: For Lotus Foundations Start to function properly as an email server for global email delivery, you must have a
static IP address or use Dynamic DNS.
Configuring Lotus Foundations as a DNS server
To properly configure Lotus Foundations as a DNS server, follow these steps:
1. Click Local Network in the left-side menu in WebConfig. The Local Network Options screen is displayed.
Figure 28. Configuring the DNS server

2. In the Act as Public DNS Server field, select Yes.


3. Click Save Changes.

Email client configuration


If Lotus Notes is being used as the email client, it is configured as part of the one-click deployment.
Although there are many different email clients available, the configuration of most clients is similar. The exact
configuration of the email client depends on how you want the email delivery to be configured. The two most common
configurations are listed in the following section. Configure the email client according to the configuration that
resembles the email setup.
General setup
If the email is hosted on an ISP's email server:
All users in the office have their own email address and mailbox hosted on the ISP's server. The ISP supplies you
with the name of the POP3 or IMAP server where the email has to be retrieved and with the address for the SMTP
email delivery server. Enter this address into the appropriate field during the configuration of the email client.
Using the Lotus Foundations server as an SMTP server, even if the email is hosted by an ISP has its advantages,
especially if you often send large messages or if there is a slow Internet connection. The email client may be tied up
for minutes or even hours if a large email message is sent to an ISP's SMTP server. If the Lotus Foundations server
is used as an SMTP server, large files are quickly transferred over the high-speed LAN. Although a file is then slowly
transferred over the internet connection; the email client is free to perform other tasks.
Enter the following information when configuring the email client:
• For the SMTP server, enter the IP address or host name provided to you by the ISP. Alternatively, use the
Lotus Foundations server as the SMTP server and enter t he IP address or host name of the Lotus
Foundations-powered server.
• For the POP3 or IMAP server, enter the IP address or host name provided to you by the ISP.
• For the POP3 or IMAP mailbox name, enter the first part of the email address. For example, if the email
address is johndoe@example.com, enter johndoe.
• For the POP3 or IMAP password, enter the password provided to you by your ISP.
If the email is hosted on the Lotus Foundations server:
Enter the following information when configuring the email client:
• For the SMTP server, enter the internal IP (Eth0) address or host name of the Lotus Foundations server.
You do not need to enter the domain name.
• For the POP3 or IMAP server, enter the internal IP (Eth0) address or host name of the Lotus Foundations
server.
• For the POP3 or IMAP mailbox name, enter the Lotus Foundations username.
• For the POP3 or IMAP password, enter the Lotus Foundations password.

LDAP setup
Lotus Foundations has a built-in Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) server, which provides a directory of
user names and email addresses. It is automatically populated with names and email addresses of all Lotus
Foundations users. Most email clients support access to read-only LDAP servers.
Configuring LDAP in Microsoft(R) Outlook
To configure an Outlook XP client to user the Lotus Foundations LDAP service, follow these steps:
1. Open Microsoft Outlook. From the main menu, select Tools > Accounts. The Internet Accounts screen is
displayed.
2. Select Add > Directory Service. The Internet Connection Wizard is displayed.
3. In the Internet directory (LDAP) server field, enter the name or IP address of the Lotus Foundations server.
4. Click Next.
5. Indicate whether or not you want the email client to check addresses using the LDAP directory. If this option is
selected, the user can enter partial email addresses when sending emails. Outlook automatically finds the closest
match in the LDAP directory and enter the correct email address.
6. Click Next.
7. Click Finish. The Internet Accounts screen is displayed again.
8. Click Properties.
9. Select the Advanced tab. The Advanced screen is displayed.
10. In the Search Base field, enter the following, replacing EXAMPLE.COM with the Internet domain name
hosted on the Lotus Foundations server.
o=EXAMPLE.COM
11. Click OK. The Internet Accounts screen is displayed again. Click Close.
Note: These instructions were specific to Outlook XP. For instructions for other email clients, refer to your email client
users guide for instructions on how to do this same activity.
The LDAP server is now set up, and users can search through the LDAP data directory for the names and email
addresses of Lotus Foundations users.
Using Lotus Domino email clients
Lotus iNotes(TM)
When Lotus Foundations Start is installed, you can begin using iNotes to view and send email. In a Web browser that
supports 128-bit encryption, go to the following URL:
http://server_ip_address/mail/
Enter a user ID and password that has been created in Lotus Foundations. Once you are authenticated, the iNotes
scr een is displayed. For assistance with iNotes, use the help feature provided in iNotes.
Setting up Lotus Domino email clients
In addition to iNotes, you can install and use Windows(R) client software to interact with Lotus Foundations Start email
services. Lotus Notes is a client program designed specifically to take full advantage of features offered by a Lotus
Domino server. Domino Access for Microsoft Outlook (DAMO) is an add-on for Microsoft Outlook clients that enables
users to access email and calendar databases directly from a Domino server without using POP3 or IMAP. For Lotus
Notes, see the Lotus Foundations Start Getting Started Guide section Install the Lotus Notes add-on for Lotus
Foundations Start and for DAMO, see Installing the Lotus Domino Access for Microsoft Outlook (DAMO) add-on.
Installing the Lotus Domino Access for Microsoft Outlook (DAMO) add-on
One-click Lotus Foundations Start Domino for Microsoft Outlook (DAMO) installation
Lotus Domino Access for Microsoft Outlook is a method of accessing Domino-based email and collaboration
materials through Microsoft Outlook. Using this client provides a user with full email, collaboration, and calendaring
support, but it does not provide access to other Lotus Domino applications, such as team rooms and other business
tools.
The one-click DAMO installation allows for users to install the DAMO plug-in onto their workstation in a single click.
The administrator must first install an add-on module on IBM(R) Lotus Foundations Start, which allows the DAMO
settings to be automatically configured based on the Lotus Foundations Start server configurations.
Installing the IBM Lotus Foundations Start - DAMO feature to the server
To set up the one-click DAMO installation on the Lotus Foundations Start server:
1. If you have a DVD, insert the DVD labeled Lotus Foundations Start Disk 2 into the server.
If you downloaded the software to your workstation, do the following:
a. Connect to the autoinstall file share on the Lotus Foundations server. To do this, from a workstation, click
Start > Run and then enter '\\' followed by the server's IP address, followed by \autoinstall. For example:
\\192.168.0.1\autoinstall
b. Enter the administrative account and password.
c. Locate the folder where you unzipped the Lotus Foundations Start DAMO package. The naming convention is
lf-DAMO802-language_pack-nnnn.pkg (language groups G1, G2a, G2b); for example, lf-DAMO802-G1-2760.pkg.
d. Copy the DAMO file lf-DAMO802-language_pack-nnnn.pkg into the autoinstall folder. Wait to proceed until all
of the files are copied to the server autoinstall folder.
2. At the WebConfig URL for the server (https://server_ip_address:8043), click Software Update from the menu
on the left side of the WebConfig screen.
3. A list of installable packages is displayed. If there is no list of available packages, wait several seconds and
refresh the screen again. The DAMO add-on package should be listed and should be displayed as: Lotus Domino
Access for Microsoft Outlook 8.0.2 for Gxx languages (Team autoinstall/lf-DAMO802-language_pack-nnnn.pkg).
4. Click Install on the DAMO add-on; read and accept the license agreements. The installation begins
immediately and might take a few moments.
5. Verify the setup is complete on the main status page in the Add-ons section.
One-click installation and configuration of Lotus Domino Access for Microsoft Outlook to the workstation
Before installing Lotus Domino Access for Microsoft Outlook, ensure that all instances of Microsoft Outlook on the
workstation are closed and that you are logged into the workstation using an account that has authorization to install
software.
To install Lotus Domino Access for Microsoft Outlook, follow these steps:
1. From the user's workstation, connect to the user's file share on the Lotus Foundations server. To do this, click
Start > Run and then enter '\\' followed by the server's IP address, followed by \USERNAME. For example, type
\\192.168.0.1\USERNAME where USERNAME corresponds to the user that you want to configure on the Lotus
Foundations Server.
2. Navigate to LotusFoundations > DAMO802_INSTALL folder and double-click the DAMO_SETUP.BAT file,
then select Run when prompted.
The DAMO Installation and Setup screen displays. Press any key to continue.
Note: When the command prompt window opens, a message is displayed that states: UNC paths are not
supported. Defaulting to Windows directory. (as shown in the following screen shot). This
message can be ignored.
Figure 29. DAMO Installation and Setup screen

3. The installation should take approximately five minutes for a workstation that is on the same local network as
the Lotus Foundations server. When the installation has completed, a message stating that "DAMO setup for
USERNAME completed." Press any key to continue. The program closes.
4. Open Microsoft Outlook from either a desktop icon or the Start menu.
5. The first time you open Microsoft Outlook after running the DAMO setup, you are greeted with a Choose
Profile window. Select the appropriate profile and click OK.
6. Enter the Lotus Domino password and click OK.
7. DAMO performs an initial setup that can take several minutes. When the initial setup is complete, Microsoft
Outlook opens and the DAMO installation is complete. Microsoft Outlook then closes to finish initial replication upon
the first time opening it with DAMO.